School of Law

Faculty Publications

Archive - 2011


“Hong Kong Mediation: Process Practice Perspectives”, Lexis Nexis, Hong Kong, 2010.

“Four Mediation Stories From Around the World” 74 (2010) The Rabel Journal of Comparative and International Private Law (Max Planck Institute), pp.732-758. 



“Sympathetic Party-Appointed Arbitrators: Sophisticated Strangers and Governments Demand Them”, 73 (2011), ICSID Review (Johns Hopkins University Press), pp. 73-98.


Surya DEVA

‘“Protect, Respect and Remedy”: A Critique of the SRSG’s Framework for Business and Human Rights’ in Karin Buhmann, Lynn Roseberry & Mette Morsing (eds.), Corporate Social and Human Rights Responsibilities: Global Legal and Management Perspectives (Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), pp. 108-126.

“Public Interest Litigation in India: A Quest to Achieve the Impossible?” in Yap Po Jen & Holning S Lau (eds.), Public Interest Litigation in Asia (London: Routledge, 2010), pp. 57-79.

“The Role of Law in Hong Kong’s (De)Colonisation: A Critical Narrative” (2010) Juridikum, pp. 300-310.

“Sustainable Development: What Role for the Company Law?” 8 (2010), International & Comparative Corporate Law Journal, pp. 76-102.

“The Constitution of China: What Purpose Does It (Not) Serve?”, (2011) 2:2 Jindal Global Law Review, pp. 55-77.

Access to Justice: Human Rights Abuses Involving Corporations – India (Geneva: International Commission of Jurists, 2011), pp vi + 104 [ISBN: 978-92-9037-153-6].

‘Corporate Human Rights Abuses: What Role for the National Human Rights Institutions?’ in Hitoshi Nasu and Ben Saul (eds), Human Rights in the Asia Pacific Region: Towards Institution Building (London: Routledge, 2011), 234-248. 

‘Constitutional Courts as Positive Legislators: The Indian Experience’ in Allan Brewer-Carias (ed.), Constitutional Courts as Positive Legislatures: A Comparative Law Study (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011), pp. 587-601.



“Reluctant Engagement: US Policy and the International Criminal Court”, Martinus Nijhoff  (Brill), 2010.

“The Legality Principle at the ECCC: Making Up Law as it Goes Along”, Asian Journal of International Law (ASIL-NUS).


Vernon NASE

Vernon Nase and Chris Andrews, “Psychiatric Injury in Aviation Accidents Under the Warsaw and Montreal Conventions: The Interface between Medicine and Law”, Journal of Air Law and Commerce, Vol. 76, Issue 1, Winter 2011.



“La réforme de la mediation à Hong Kong”, 3 (2010), The Paris Journal of International Arbitration (L.G.D.J), pp. 767-778.



WANG Guiguo

“China’s Practice in International Investment Law: From Participation to Leadership in the World Economy”, Mahnoush H. Arsanjani, et al (ed.), Looking to the Future: Essays on International Law in Honor of W. Michael Reisman, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden-Boston (2011), pp.845-890.

“Trend and Problems of the International Investment Law: from the Saipem Case”, Journal of China University of Political Science and Law, No. 2, March 2011, pp.48-57.

"Radiating Impact of WTO on Its Members’ Legal System: The Chinese Perspective” (in English), Collected Courses of The Hague Academy of International Law, vol. 349, Martinus Nujhoff Publishers (2011), pp.281-535.

“China’s FTAs: Legal Characteristics and Implications”, American Journal of International Law, Vol. 105, No. 3 (2011), pp.493-516.

“Features, Difficulties and Direction of Contemporary International Economic Law”, Bea Verschraegen (ed.), Interdisciplinary Studies of Comparative and Private International Law (Vol. II), Jan Sramek Verlag (2011), pp.189-207.

“Chinese Mechanisms for Resolving Investor-State Disputes”, Jindal Journal of Interntional Affairs, Inaugural Issue, October 2011, pp. 204-233.


ZHU Guobin

“On the Limits of Freedom of Expression – from Comparative Law, especially Common Law Perspective” (Part II), Journal of Political Science and Law (Zhengfa Luncong), No. 1 (2011), Jinan, pp. 3-12.